Hatohobei State Constitution, Article I, Territory. Section 1.
Name and Boundaries of the State.
The name of the state is Hatohobei, traditionally and historically composed of the islands of Hatohobei, Hotsarihie, and Pieraurou. The boundaries of the state are as follows: Beginning at a point twelve (12) nautical miles from the north traditional baseline of the island of Hatohobei, running easterly passing the island of Hotsarihie at twelve (12) nautical miles from its northern traditional baseline and joining the twelve (12) nautical miles from the north and around the east, thence south following the contour of traditional baseline of Pieraurou, and continuing on westerly passing the twelve (12) nautical miles from south traditional baseline of Hotsarihie, thence contining in the same westerly direction to a point twelve (12) nautical miles from south traditional baseline of Hatohobei and thence following every point twelve (12) nautical miles from the traditional baseline to the point of origin. Specific location of the islands are as follow: Hatohobei is at 03 degrees, 00 minutes North Latitude and 131 degrees, 11 minutes East Longitude; Hotsarihie is at 02 degrees, 58 minutes North Latitude, and 131 degrees, 48 minutes East Longitude; and Pieraurou is at 02 degrees, 47 minutes North Latitude and 132 degrees, 32 minutes East Longitude.